Thirty-four Sir Knights of Ann Arbor Commandery, No. 13, K. T., went f rom here Sunday evening accompanied by 22 ladies to attend divine services at St. Luke's church, Ypsilanti, last Sunday. Arrived there they were joined by the Ypsilanti contingent, so that 60 swords in all were in line when they marched to the church wbich was crowded to its utmost capacity. The service was very impressive. The Knights " inward faced" upon entering the church and the vested choir and rector passed under an arch of steel to the chancel. The recessional was a vice versa repetition. Rev. Mr. Gardam delivered an eloquent sermou appropriate to Easter day aud closed with some well directed thöughts to the Commandery as a body. The music on the occasion was exceptionally fine, a duet by Oscar Gareissen and Mrs. Marshal Pease and a solo by Mr. Gareissen as the offertory being the principal feature. After the service refreshments were seryed at the parish house to the Sir Knights and their ladies by the ladies of St. Luke's.